Manchester United striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is determined to win more trophies with the club as he starts out on the long road back to fitness.
Solskjaer has had a second knee operation
The Norwegian has only just started walking again after knee surgery and will miss the rest of the season.
"You always need dreams and my dream is to lift a trophy again with United," he told Manchester United Radio.
"I am starting from scratch and I have to do everything right because the goal at the end is such a massive one."
Solskjaer, who famously scored United's injury-time
Champions League winner in 1999, is battling to save his career but is confident he will play again at the top level.
"At the end of this season I will be looking forward to the new campaign," he added.
"It feels like this is the start of the rest of my career - and that is going to be at United."
Solskjaer was sidelined for five months in the middle of last season when his knee problem first flared up.
He eventually returned in February after a first operation but admits he never recaptured full fitness.
"I was nowhere near 100% fit," he said. "I couldn't train every day and I had to take rest days. That was worse than being out now. At least I have a set target.
"Last year it was playing on my mind because I knew I wasn't going to reach full fitness and if you want to play for Manchester United, you need to be 100%."
Solskjaer, who has scored 115 goals in all competitions for United, is hopeful of adding to that figure before his contract expires in 2006.
He has spent almost three months on crutches, but is upbeat about his recovery.
"For now my training is Sunday walks with my wife," he added.
"Of course it's frustrating. You want to be out there playing. But I'm a person who looks forward.
"I prefer to think about what can be rather than what
could have been."